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Esmé Stuart ‘Lennox’ Robinson 1886-1958

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Born in Douglas, County Cork. He was a dramatist and manager of the Abbey Theatre. He was the Editor of The Oxford Book of Irish Verse and his works include The Clancy Name, The Whiteheaded Boy, The Far Off Hills, Drama at Inish, The Lost Leader, Ever the Twain and Church Street. He also wrote Ireland’s Abbey Theatre and two volumes of autobiography. He is buried in Dublin.

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